I remember when I took Calculus B in college. I had never learned any math by reverse engineering before, but when I got to sequences and series, the only way for me to learn how to do it was to reverse engineer it. I had to look up the answer in the back of the textbook, and then work backwards from the answer.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Do you people agree with me that the only way to learn sequences and series is to reverse engineer the problem?

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# The only method to learn sequences and series

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